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With over 30 years as brand counselor and public relations partner to the world’s leading sports marketers, we have unmatched knowledge and insights of the fan experience as it relates to social media behavior around sporting events.
In 2004, after 20 years of building a legacy in sports, lifestyle and entertainment public relations, Taylor introduced a bold new vision that aligned the company exclusively with a select roster of category leading consumer brands. That vision helped drive the transformation of Taylor from a tactical publicity shop to a brand counselor and public relations partner for Allstate, Capital One, Diageo, Nestle-Purina, Nike, NASCAR, and Procter & Gamble, among others.
Over the past 10 years, to fully immerse itself in the business of its client partners, Taylor expanded its footprint beyond New York, establishing offices in Charlotte, Los Angeles, Chicago and Austin. Today, the agency has more than 100 employees across all five locales.
The Holmes Report, one of the public relations industry’s most respected media organizations, selected Taylor as U.S. Agency of the Year in 2008, Strategic Agency of the Year in 2009, and Consumer Agency of the Decade in 2010 based on its steadfast commitment to this vision.
In March of 2011, further recognition was bestowed upon the agency when a Harvard University case study was published. Transformation at Taylor closely analyzes the impact of the agency’s strategic performance and professional service model prior to and following the Taylor management team’s bold decision in 2004 to lead organizational change.
On the 6th of May, 2014, Taylor and its CEO, Tony Signore, were honored by The Holmes Report with a SABRE Award recognizing Outstanding Achievement. During the annual awards ceremony, Holmes Group CEO, Paul Holmes noted that “several years ago, Taylor laid the groundwork -- and ultimately succeeded -- in building what has become the agency for the future.” He added, “Taylor’s model continues to inspire organizational change throughout the public relations discipline.”